Sleep is key for children’s health. Sleeping enough each night leads to improved physical, mental, and emotional health in children, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
With longer days and warmer temperatures, summer is a great time for walking outdoors. Getting ready ahead of time can help you prevent falls and enjoy the outdoors safely.
Eating right can help children grow healthy and strong. This school year, make your child’s school lunch healthier with these 5 easy swaps:
Electronic devices — such as televisions, smartphones, and computers — can be bad for children if they’re used too much. Studies have found links between too much screen time and childhood obesity, as well as delayed development.
Asthma makes it harder to breathe. Sometimes, symptoms worsen suddenly in what is known as "asthma attacks." Asthma attacks are very dangerous.